(Sorry, everytime I see the word Balgonie I think of the many sandwiches of my youth.) I’m not going to pretend I have any answers on this one, but I do have […]
Tammy Robert loves working, living and raising her family in Saskatchewan.
Born and raised in this fine province, then spending her early twentysomething years in Europe only served to deepen her resolve to invest herself, and her future, in all Saskatchewan has to offer.
Having spent the last four years as the executive producer of the John Gormley Live Show, Tammy knows Saskatchewan - the people, the places and the politics. You can count on her for a fact-based, no-holds barred approach to opining on all three.
Roundup… get it? Because rural. If there’s a tractor in Saskatchewan that a SaskParty leadership candidate hasn’t tried to wedge themselves into over the past week or two, I’d be surprised. First, […]
I know zilch about farming or ranching, so let’s get that out of the way. What I do know is marketing, and admittedly I have eaten fast food once or twice (today). I’m […]
As predicted, Premier Brad Wall has stepped down, sparking a Saskatchewan Party leadership race that promises to be as bloody as it is divisive, with candidates getting their buses ready to drive […]
It was circa 1996ish, in the lobby of Centennial Auditorium (today TCU Place) when I first saw former Saskatchewan Premier Grant Devine in person. I was surprised to note there were no […]
It Would Be Really F**king Refreshing If the Leaders of This Province Would Be Honest About Carbon Capture, er, Taxes. (Potato/Potato.)
You may have heard Premier Brad Wall mention, on occasion, that he is against the federal Liberal government imposing a Carbon Tax on the provinces. The basic premise of Wall’s argument is that if a Carbon […]
I meant to write this as a prelude to another post, but it got rambly and long, so I guess it’s its own post. I feel narcissistic even writing this, but I […]
In my last post we went over some of the complex but disturbing developments revealed by the CBC’s iTeam regarding the origins of Brightenview, the company with which the Saskatchewan government has jumped into […]
Let’s pull back the curtain, for a moment, on newsrooms. Newsrooms love having an Exclusive story, which aren’t usually exclusive for long. Once an Exclusive comes out, other newsrooms often pick it up and start running […]
I am not in Twitter jail. I am not being sued. Nobody has told me I have to leave Twitter, or else. I have 30 days to log back in and reinstate […]